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Robert Sayegh
Robert Sayegh
Birthday: February 2
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Ten days, one thought:
As the passion of flames calms and settles, and the dark cold emptiness hazily flickers, could the gap keep growing? should the fire remain going? who is asking, trying, solving?

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Are there any aspects of Krishnamurti's teaching that you find implausible or difficult to accept?

following K's teachings with great interest for some 10 years now, I find that his talks contain a partial "rational" quality that is easy to follow "logically"; however usually such talks contain a "leap" that is not logical anymore, he suddenly may ask to see that the observer is the observed...
After some time I stopped trying rationally to understand it, but then I was left with something similar to faith - believing without seeing, accepting that no choice or will may allow such insight, which is tricky!
So, I would say that probably the most appealing part in K's teaching for me is the fact that it has implausible aspects, which in their turn keep pushing me into questioning!

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